“As the story unfolds, a pitch-black power struggle between their three characters emerges, leading to the single most satisfying shot of the festival. Be sure to take note of DAVID DEAN’S masterful editing, which also finds a unique rhythm between classical compositions and contemporary violence.”
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The Nielsen skies were very friendly for NBC’s MANIFEST [lensed by BRAD SMITH, and edited by ELENA MAGANINI, ACE, which out of the gate was Monday’s No. 2-rated program (trailing only CBS’ THE BIG BANG THEORY).
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There aren’t many famous film editors, but in American genre cinema, the name JOSH ETHIER is so ubiquitous as to be immediately recognizable.
A constant force in the edit bay with mainstays of the scene like Adam Green (DIGGING UP THE MARROW), Ted Geoghegan (WE ARE STILL HERE), and Joe Begos (THE MIND’S EYE), as well an actor (in Begos’ Almost Human and more) Ethier is pulling double duty at Fantastic Fest this year: As editor for militia thriller THE STANDOFF AT SPARROW CREEK, and with his debut as a director, the grimy and brutal short “GUTTER,” which screens right before the feature.
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